Day 3.Remember the lady who likes faked moles, we booked the tour package of Phi Phi Island through her agency. Early in the morning, the van fetch us to the quay which takes a long time to go. Dozing off in the van and bloated of gas due to the jolty drive, we are glad when we reach the destination after picking up all the tourists. The guide briefs us on the timetable and something we must aware when getting up the speedboat. He also tries to convince us to rent the diving flippers by showing pictures of injured people who stepped on the broken corals. Anyway, we pay no heed on that because mere snorkeling will not place you in danger. Not many people joined the tour as it is weekday, mostly Caucasians except one group of Singaporean guys and us, Malaysian girls. Funny thing is all of them like the sunlight so much, but we keep hiding from the sun. LOL. The young guide for this trip is a tanned and cute guy. He is very sincere and hardworking, serving us cordially with warm smile. We can see him reading and learning English when he is free.The highlight for the tour is Maya Bay, it is a stunningly beautiful and famous beach in Phi Phi Island. Normally, it will be full of tourists and speedboats but we are glad that it is not yet the peak time or season when we go there. The white sandy beach, crystal clear sea and the big blue sky with limestone rocky mountains behind are magnificent. We are no longer afraid of the hot afternoon breeze, the picturesque scenery just takes our breath away. Khai Island is another attraction, with the colourful chairs and umbrellas, stalls and rocky views, we are there to relax. Nothing much to say about Day 3 but have tonnes of photos to show! Thanks for the tour guide, he will pop out somewhere and help us to take photos whenever we need a cameraman~apply sunscreen first. LOL.clear water, can see the fishes clearly. Love it!